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Correction to: Comparison of multiple
transcriptomes exposes unified and
divergent features of quiescent and
activated skeletal muscle stem cells
, Sébastien Mella
, Siham Yennek
, Meryem B. Baghdadi
, Hiroshi Sakai
, Francesca Pala
, Daniela Di Girolamo
and Shahragim Tajbakhsh
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the legends for Additional file 3: Figure S3 and Additional
file 4: Figure S4 were truncated in the production process,
therefore lacking some information concerning these
Figures. The complete legends are included in this Correc-
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Additional file 3: Figure S3. Effect of adding NICD[E17.5/E14.5] dataset
on the best combinations of datasets. Best combination of datasets was
determined by the bigger overlap between n (= degree) datasets. n varies
from 1 (the dataset containing the most DEGs) to 10 (all the datasets
except NICD[E17.5/E14.5]). Blue bars/numbers indicate the number of best
overlap between the n datasets, orange bars/numbers indicate, the extent
of overlap when NICD[E17.5/E14.5] was added to this best combination.
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Additional file 4: Figure S4. Effect of PFA treatment at different time
points in the experimental procedure. Top: Schematic showing the
simplified experimental procedure of cell fixation before or after muscle
dissociation/cell sorting. “0h” refers to cells fixed prior to muscle
dissociation and cell sorting, while “5h” refers to cells that undergo muscle
dissociation and cell sorting prior any treatment (+/− PFA). Bottom: Barplots
showing the effect of PFA treatment after muscle dissociation/cell sorting.
Bars represent the fold change (in Log10) of expression between
freshly isolated QSCs (0 h + PFA) and QSCs after muscle dissociation/
cell sorting with or without PFA treatment, 5 h + PFA and 5 h –PFA,
respectively. (PDF 445 kb)
Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Hub, C3BI, USR 3756 IP CNRS, Institut
Pasteur, 75015 Paris, France.
Stem Cells and Development, Department of
Developmental and Stem Cell Biology, Institut Pasteur, 75015 Paris, France.
CNRS UMR 3738, Institut Pasteur, 75015 Paris, France.
Institute for Stem Cell
Biology and Regenerative Medicine, GKVK PO, Bellary Road, Bengaluru
Dipartimento di Medicina Clinica e Chirurgia, Università degli
Studi di Napoli Federico II, Via S. Pansini 5, 80131 Naples, Italy.
Foundation Center for Stem Cell Biology, DanStem, University of
Copenhagen, 3B Blegdamsvej, DK-2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark.
1. Pietrosemoli N, Mella S, Yennek S, et al. Comparison of multiple
transcriptomes exposes unified and divergent features of quiescent and
activated skeletal muscle stem cells. Skelet Muscle. 2017;7:28.
* Correspondence: email@example.com
Natalia Pietrosemoli, Sébastien Mella, Siham Yennek, Meryem B. Baghdadi,
Hiroshi Sakai and Ramkumar Sambasivan contributed equally to this work.
Stem Cells and Development, Department of Developmental and Stem Cell
Biology, Institut Pasteur, 75015 Paris, France
CNRS UMR 3738, Institut Pasteur, 75015 Paris, France
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